This website was created to serve as a resource for anyone who is struggling with alcohol addiction and wants to stop drinking.
It’s also a place for family members, friends, co-workers, and other loved ones who are concerned about the drinking habits of somebody in their life. It can be hard to know what to do, so we’re here to help you and to empower you to help the person you care about.
And since recently the founder of Stop Drinking decided to share his thoughts and stories. Leaving nothing untouched.
Deciding that it’s time to recovery from alcoholism is your first step of a journey that will be challenging, emotional, slow, and that will test you.
You may have setbacks, you may fall off the horse again and again, but what matters most is how you respond to the challenges, the triggers, and the setbacks.
We’re here to remind you that recovery is possible, and you’re never too far gone to start changing the course of the ship.
It doesn’t happen overnight, but through continued efforts, self-reflection, and persistence.
You have what it takes to Stop Drinking.
Are you ready? We are.
We create and curate the best resources for people who are starting to research the idea of stopping drinking, people who have already decided that it’s time to quit, and the family members of alcoholics.
Whether you’re looking for information for yourself, or to help a loved one, you can start with some of our latest articles:
Even if you drink alone, or you feel alone, or you’ve been living an isolated life lately, we believe that community is a valuable tool in getting over the resistance and overcoming your struggles with alcohol.
Also, a community is a great way for the family members of alcoholics to connect with one another, and to talk to alcoholics all around the world, to help people see things from both sides of the struggle. Ideally, this will lead to people learning lessons, and being able to take those new perspectives into their own lives when they’re dealing with their loved ones.
Please, come join our Forum and join the discussions, because community is a two-way street. If you prefer to just browse and read for now, that’s okay too, we’ll be looking forward to welcoming you to the forum whenever you’re ready.
Quotes About Recovery & Hope
It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.
No matter how dark the night, sunrises after the dawn of new day.
― Lailah Gifty Akita
When you have lost hope, you have lost everything. And when you think all is lost, when all is dire and bleak, there is always hope.
― Pittacus Lore